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We booked a family (adults) break on the recommendation of my sister, who had stayed here with her husband earlier in the year, and picked up details of an excellent offer for stays in December. Four of us stayed in the annex, which meant us...More
Another very satisfying three night stay at the Aynsome Manor. The high standards of attention given to the quality of service continue to be maintained. The dining experience is outstanding, both the qulaity of the food and the service. The owners continue to invest wisely...More
Stayed three nights at the fabulous Aynsome Manor near Cartmel while working in Ulverston.
Wonderfully well looked after by attentive staff; great food and wine; cosy fires and some lovely people who shared companionable dinners.
Highly recommended and hope to be back next time I'm...More
Lovely room overlooking the front of the building, Andrea & Peter as welcoming as ever food brilliant and nothing is to much trouble for them or their team,another lovely lovely weekend at this gem of a place.
Today fourteen of us celebrated my mum's 80th birthday at Aynsome Manor. We went for Sunday lunch and it was perfect. We were made so welcome with pre-lunch drinks served in the beautiful sitting room (area reserved for us). The lunch was delicious and any...More
As far as I'm aware there are no bedrooms downstairs in the main house and no lift. However the hotel has many single storey holiday chalets in the grounds accessed by gravel paths. I wouldn't know how wheelchair friendly... More
As far as I'm aware there are no bedrooms downstairs in the main house and no lift. However the hotel has many single storey holiday chalets in the grounds accessed by gravel paths. I wouldn't know how wheelchair friendly the paths are though. Suggest phoning the hotel as the staff are very friendly and helpful,